Dec 19, 2014

2015!


It's the end of 2014 and it's hard to believe this year is almost over. Last year's new year's resolution was starting a blog. At the beginning of the year Lavender's blog was live. I stopped blogging twice, but decided to give it a serious go at the end of April and that is when things started to evolve. I can't believe how much blogging has changed my life. I've met so many great people, I have the chance to read the most wonderful books and it's given me much more confidence. Blogging has definitely made my life a lot more fun. I enjoy writing posts, reading books, browsing Etsy to discover new things and trying out beauty products. I also really like my giveaways. Because of them I've received so many wonderful and kind messages. Everything together has made this my best year in a very long time.
Lavender is only a small part of my blog now and it's time for me to make some changes. In 2015 I'm going to continue showing you the things I like and love. I look forward to it and I'm sure it's going to be great. I will gradually make some adjustments during the next couple of weeks, so I can start 2015 with a fresh design and with more posts under my own name. I will kick off with a great giveaway of course...

---- Suzanne ----

5 comments:

  1. Really looking forward to the new year... and the new "Librarian Lavender". Excited to see what you'll do with the blog ;-) You're the best - THANK YOU for blogging

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  2. Margaret Bonass MaddenDecember 19, 2014 at 5:00 PM

    Big Kisses for Christmas, my lovely Lavender! I adore your blog and all the wonderful things you post about xxxx

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  3. I love your blog and look forward to the changes. Have a lovely Christmas and hopefully a fantastic new year in great company lol xx

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  4. Yippee! You know how much I love your blog! :-D

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  5. i can't wait to see the results because i love your blog and your personnality ( i hope you receive your happy mail soon ( preferably before christmas but with postal service we never know)

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